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The two brothers were before their Father; far beyond the twilight judgment of this world; high above its mists and obscurities.
After that, we got mired in pocket laws, obscurities and nitpickery.
The new compilation features laves like "Big Boned Gal" and "Trail of Broken Hearts" alongside fun obscurities like "Friday Dance Promenade," "Hanky Panky," and "Pine and Stew.
com, 2003, there's Kaleidoscope, 2001, a plethora of teen Leif Garretts--blinding blond sunbeams who may also be evil obscurities, cavities.
It slipped into the novella, the treatise, and the essay, into poetry and the theater; it was public and private, political and personal; and it straddled the critical space between the old myth (so clear to the rhetoricians) of language as natural and pure speech and the unsettling recognition (usually urged by the poets) of the mysteries and obscurities of textual metamorphosis.